Republican Mitt Romney has been greeted by an anemic crowd as he begins his final push for votes in Michigan's crucial primary.
No more than 150 people were on hand today at Macomb Community College's Warren campus as the former Massachusetts governor delivered an unusually short, 13-minute address, taking no questions from his audience.
He is trying to rebound from second-place finishes in the Iowa caucuses and New Hampshire primary.
Today's remarks had reminded the small audience that his mother and father, late Michigan Gov. George Romney, are buried in Michigan.
Romney also lambasted Arizona Sen. John McCain for remarks that some jobs lost in Michigan will not be recovered.